Microsoft’s new Surface Laptop Go finally looks like the Surface that everyone can buy. Announced Thursday, it’s a smaller 12.5-inch notebook PC that retains the high points of the Surface lineup, at an accessible $549 price. Microsoft begins selling it October 13.
Microsoft’s new Surface Laptop Go fits within the niche between the 10.5-inch Surface Go 2 tablet, and the 13-inch versions of the Surface Laptop 3. Inside lies a 10th-gen Core chip, though Microsoft has made some compromises, too: a return to Windows 10 S and a display that doesn’t quite reach 1080p resolution.
We haven’t seen this product in person yet, but we already have a lot of information about it. Keep reading to learn more about this affordable Surface.
Surface Laptop Go: Basic features
- Display: 12.45-inch (1536×1024, 148 ppi) multitouch PixelSense display
- Processor: Core i5-1035G1
- Graphics: UHD Graphics
- Memory: 4GB-8GB LPDDR4x
- Storage: 64GB eMMC, 128GB-256GB SSD